Gregory Emeka Ilukwe

Assistant Manager

Gregory Emeka Ilukwe is an Assistant Manager in the Digital Financial Services practice group with more than seven years of experience in developing emerging economies, financial services, social sciences, and the humanities, particularly international relations, in Sub-Saharan Africa, especially Kenya and Nigeria.

Posts by Gregory Emeka Ilukwe

How can digital public infrastructure improve government-to-person payments?

This blog helps us to understand digital public infrastructure (DPI) and its three main pillars; digital identity, payment systems, and data exchange. It explains how these pillars enable public and private service providers to deliver digital goods and services.

Mobile money agents: Sustainability in the digital era—findings from Mozambique

This report assesses pressing challenges that affect Mozambican mobile money agents: poor liquidity management, low working capital, and network issues. The insights from this report will inform agent network ecosystem players in Mozambique to create sustainable strategies to maintain and expand agent networks.

Lending to cash-in cash-out (CICO) agents: An untapped frontier in micro-enterprise lending

Lending to cash-in cash-out (CICO) agents in developing countries remains a vastly underserved market despite its investment potential. This report focuses on the agent lending landscape in nine diverse low- and middle-income (LMIC) countries that represent mature and evolving markets to provide insights into the larger global opportunity.